Setting Up A Dedicated OID 10g oidldapd Process to Handle oidrepld Replication and/or odisrv DIP Traffic
Last updated on JULY 01, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.2.0.2 to 10.1.4.3 [Release 10gR2 to 10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document describes how to setup a separate, dedicated OID ldap server to handle replication and/or DIP synchronization/provisioning traffic.
The oidrepld is an LDAP CLIENT process for Replication. When starting the oidrepld using the oidctl command, the flags -h <host> -p <port> tell what host and port the ldapserver is running on.
The odisrv is also an LDAP CLIENT process used for DIP synch/provisioning. When starting the odisrv using the oidctl command, the flags host= <host> port=<port> tell what host and port the ldapserver is running on.
Setting up a dedicated LDAP port for use by these servers facilitate easier debugging since all LDAP logging is now included in a separate log file. Also, if, for whatever reason, the oidrepld/odisrv processes cause the oidldapd to crash, then normal OID/SSO operations are not affected as they are handled by another oidldapd process.
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